Transworld Business Advisors Open New Utah Location
A new Transworld Business Advisors location in Utah has just opened its doors. Transworld Business Advisors Utah County is right on North Triumph Boulevard in the City of Lehi and owned by franchisee Arthur Warsoff.
Before taking on his new role, Warsoff held various positions with American Express, working with the financial giant for more than 25 years. In Salt Lake City, Warsoff held the position of Director of Risk Management and also worked in product development, marketing, finance and operations. In the past, the new franchisee worked as a financial analyst in New York for WR Grace and as a CPA at KPMG.
Warsoff spoke about what lead him to join the Transworld Business Advisors team. He was looking for a career that was enjoyable and also let him take full advantage of his business background, and an advisory franchise business like Transworld fit the bill.
According to Warsoff, his clients come from a variety of backgrounds, including brand new entrepreneurs and business owners who are looking for their next challenge or to prepare for retirement. He works with entrepreneurs to help match their desire, knowledge and experience to the right business venture, and he helps business owners with their new creations and with improvements to their existing businesses.
The new Transworld Business Advisor franchisee views his position as yet another chance to help other people. He's part of the Tree Utah Board. He is also a University Of Pennsylvania Alumni Club of Utah Co-Chair and volunteers for social service organizations in his free time, which is something he looks forward to doing more through his Transworld business.
About Transworld Business Advisors Franchise Opportunities
Combining franchise development, franchise consulting and brokerage services into one convenient package, Transworld Business Advisors has more than 25 years of experience in the industry and has been named to Entrepreneur’s Franchise 500 for five years in a row. Currently, the franchise business is seeking franchisees in several markets, including New York City, Chicago and Sacramento.
The franchisee fee for Transworld Business Advisors is $39,500, with the total investment for a new franchise ranging from $57,000 to $74,000. Royalty fees are 8 percent of sales commissions, but during the first 4 to 15 months of business operations, franchisees are required to pay the greater of $300 or the 8 percent figure. The cost to use the Transworld database and Total Online Marketing System is $300 per month, which is broken down as $150 for the technology and $150 for the marketing aspect.
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